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Film Review - A Resurrection


“A Resurrection” will most likely be remembered as one of the last screen appearances for Michael Clarke Duncan, the behemoth actor who tragically passed away last autumn. It’s especially important to celebrate his role as Duncan is the best thing about “A Resurrection,” brightening up the picture with the ten minutes of screen time he has, showing more comfort and range than anyone else in this dreary, cheapy effort. With intentions to build a ghostly whodunit, the movie falls asleep instead, as writer/director Matt Orlando doesn’t show the kind of invention necessary to snap scares into position, working to shatter the suffocating monotony that pins the feature down. Read the rest at


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